Sixpoint Partners Promotes Ignacio Martín-Chocano to Managing Director, Vincent Molinari to Director

NEW YORK – Sixpoint Partners (“Sixpoint”), a leading global investment bank serving the middle-market private equity industry, today announced the promotions, effective immediately, of Ignacio Martín-Chocano to Managing Director and of Vincent Molinari to Director.

Mr. Martín-Chocano joined Sixpoint in 2016 and in 2020 opened its London office, where he focuses on the distribution and origination of fund opportunities in the UK and Western Europe. He previously worked in the Global Structured Solutions group at Citigroup, executing debt private placement transactions globally across the consumer, real estate, healthcare, and energy industries.

“Sixpoint’s placement and advisory business helps fund managers on both sides of the Atlantic navigate the primary fundraising and secondary markets, diversify their LP bases internationally, and meet other strategic objectives. I am proud to be leading Sixpoint’s efforts in Europe and look forward to driving our continued growth in the region,” said Mr. Martín-Chocano.

Mr. Molinari joined Sixpoint Partners in 2021, bolstering the firm’s coverage of institutional investors in New York and New England. He brought with him 8 years of industry experience, predominately focused on alternative assets, most recently with the Man Group.

“I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to work with leading middle-market GPs where I can have an immediate impact on their businesses, while simultaneously strengthening existing LP relationships and forging new ones,” he said.

“Ignacio’s capable leadership has been instrumental in establishing Sixpoint’s European presence and brand, and Vince has made an immediate and outsized impact since joining the team. Congratulations to both of them on the well-deserved promotions!” added Eric Zoller, Founder & Partner of Sixpoint Partners.

The current Sixpoint team is comprised of 29 professionals spanning four offices globally. Last year, the firm held 17 final closes totaling $4.5 billion across its primary and secondary platforms.